Nothing Phone (1) will not get a Lite version, as confirmed by company founder Carl Pei. He quoted one of the media houses on Twitter and called the reports about the Lite Nothing Phone (1) ‘fake news’. Here’s Carl’s tweet that more or less quelled the rumors about the Nothing Phone (1) Lite model.
Fake news https://t.co/7Au5UP1FEW
— Carl Pei (@getpeid) August 4, 2022
All the speculation started a few days ago when a report from The Mobile Indian said that the company could bring a new cheaper Nothing Phone (1) model without the LEDs and wireless charging support.
The report said that the phone will be called Nothing Phone (1) and that the price could be around Rs 25,000 for the base variant with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. But in Carl’s response to this report, the company is happy to stick to its strategy of offering “edgy” products that aren’t boring.
The first two products of Nothing advocate this approach, but a mass product did not feel completely out of place for the new brand. Yes, the lack of the Glyph interface with the LED lights and the unique design would make the alleged Lite phone just like any other smartphone on the market. And maybe Carl realizes that Nothing wasn’t meant to be an I-too company.
But the smartphone market has proved brutal, and for a new company to survive, a different strategy has to be adopted, so it won’t be a surprise to see Nothing has an affordable product in the pipeline, but probably in a couple of years. year. when the company starts to think about its revenue and balance the books to stay in the market.
Nothing Phone (1) has been launched for Rs 32,999 and the product has received an impressive response from the market. The company has staged multiple sales and demand appears to have exceeded schedule.
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